Thursday, 01 February 2018 12:36

Amaysim adds wearables and more to its tech store


Following Amaysim's successful launch of its tech store last year, it is "now welcoming the latest wearables and accessories from the world's leading brands at highly competitive prices".

From today, Amaysim's tech store features "smartwatches, headphones, portable speakers and accessories".

These include:

  • Wearables: Huawei Watch 2, Apple Watch 3, Samsung Gear Sport R600.
  • Headphones: Beats Solo3 Wireless, Samsung Gear IconX, Sennheiser HD 600.
  • Speakers: Google Home, Beats Pill Plus Wireless.

The company promises its customers "can find best value products and make savings of up to $100 on some devices (compared to the Australian RRP)".

Here's Amaysim's prices for these wearables:

  • Samsung Gear Sport R600 – $395
  • Beats Studio3 Wireless – $295
  • Beats Pill Plus Wireless – $235
  • Samsung Gear IconX 2018 – $245
  • Sennheiser HD 600 – $415
  • Huawei Watch 2 – from $415

As a note, the company states, "All pricing is subject to daily change based of best available vendor pricing."

To celebrate the latest additions, Amaysim is sweetening the deal by "offering a store wide 10% discount until 12 February", and no shipping costs.

Darren Bell, Commercial Director Devices at Amaysim said: "We have seen great results since launching Amaysim’s tech store last year.

"With around 8 million smartphone users expected to own a smart wearable by 2021, it’s now the perfect time to extend our product range.

"We have added smartwatches, speakers, headphones and accessories to our catalogue and will soon feature an even wider spectrum of thousands of the latest in consumer electronics at highly competitive prices."

Amaysim's tech store is here.


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